You know that moment when you start scrolling through your phone looking for photos and apps to delete to free up storage on your phone?
Google thinks it can help make the dreaded routine less of a pain. The company is testing a new feature that suggests which apps you should delete first to free up room on your device, Android Police reports.
If a user attempts to install an app from Google Play and their device doesn’t have enough space, this “uninstall manager” will pop up to suggest apps for removal, organizing them by frequency of use and largest file size.
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As mobile game and app quality increases, so do their file sizes. This feature could help Android users manage their downloads to keep the apps most pertinent to their life when storage space is precious.
For now, only a select group of users can see and use the feature as it remains under testing. Google has not announced when the feature will be available to all users, TechCrunch reports.